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first at 5:00 we begin with breaking news. this rochester man found guilty in the 2014 stabbing death of a madbury teenager. mcelveen. jurors deliberated five hours before finding tristan wolusky guilty on all charges including first degree murder. let's get right to wmur's mike cronin who is live outside court in dover with the breaking details. reporter: the trial lasted several weeks and this afternoon jurors convicted him on all charges. 19-year-old tristan wolusky showed no emotion as he was led away in handcuffs. in june of 2014 prosecutors say the rochester man and two others went to rob 18-year-old aaron wilkinson at his madbury home. wilkinson was stabbed more than 20 times, and his body dumped along a road in maine. as part of a plea agreement, wolusky's two friends pleaded guilty to second degree murder, in exchange for testifying against wolusky.
his defense attorney argued wolusky's coconspirators killed wilkinson and said they lied during their testimony. he is shocked by the verdict. >> i have no idea what happened in the deliberation room, but they got to watch two people take the stand and lie their guts out, and what they saw was what everybody else saw in that courtroom. >> i think the attorney's comments are offensive. the jurors sat through the entirety of the case, they heard cross-examination from the defense for the state's witnesses. they also heard from the defendant himself. reporter: so wolusky will be sentenced in late november, early december, his two friends will be sentenced on november 10. coming up at 6:00 tonight we'll hear from the victim's father on how he's dealing with the verdict. live in dover, mike cronin, wmur news 9. josh: tonight police have identified the teen-age girl that was found dead inside of this rochester motel over the weekend. wmur's jennifer crompton is live
outside spaulding high school in row chest, and it appears police are investigating this as a drug overdose. reporter: well, they are, josh. they're saying it's definitely a suspicious death and they are looking into the possibility that it was a drug overdose. evangelique tarmey, or eve as she was sometimes known, was a student here at spaulding high school and the superintendent says staff and students were shocked and are trying to cope with the news. police confirm evangelique had been staying at the riverriera motel with her mother and mother's boyfriend, he's the one who called police saturday unresponsive. she was later pronounced dead at the scene. police aren't saying much, calling it an active investigation as they await toxicology test results to determine the exact cause. meantime it's been a lot for young people at spaulding high to digest. >> i met with the staff this
there was certainly a lot of sadness in the school. our counselors have been trained to handle these type of situations and they were on board there to share with staff how to help students and really to refer students to the guidance people to get that support. reporter: it's not confirmed that drugs played a role in this, but if they did, this would be the 7th drug overdose death in rochester through september. that's a record in this city. live in rochester, jennifer crompton, wmur news 9 a new effort to address the heroin epidemic. heather hamel is here and the idea is to install narcan kits at the high school and middle schools? reporter: yes, this was the brain child of the national president of the national board of education, he says while he has no reason to believe nashua
rather be safe than sorry. >> i would rather have infested a few hundred dollars and have the proper training and be able to save a child's life than to just hope that it doesn't happen. reporter: george farring on the says schools have defibrillators and epi pens, so why not narcan. as a preventative measure farrington has asked the superintendent to find out what it costs to have both the kits in the high and middle schools. >> i think we should look at it in both cases. >> we'll begin a process soon of bringing together some of the agencies that have experience with us, some of our own staff such as our school nurses to discuss it. reporter: superintendent conrad says the proposal is so new he doesn't have price estimates yet or any plans for training. >> i think in the schools it would be safe because they are juveniles and they'd be made to seek medical attention. reporter: janet thompson is a nurse practitioner at harvard
homes, she says the nonprofit has already given out 20 kits to families and friends of addicts. it's easy to administer intranasally. but it's not a permanent fix. medical followup is necessary. >> if you continue to use it, it's going to require higher doses to be effective. reporter: it's hoped to be a rare occurrence. >> we can choose to stick our head in the sand and ignore it, or try to prepare for it. reporter: if you'd like to learn how to administer narcan, november 6 from 12 to 1:00 p.m., walk ins are welcome, but you are encouraged to sign up. jean: we invite you to join us thursday night for a one-hour town hall on new hampshire's heroin epidemic, hear what it's like on the front lines of this battle from families living it, police and medical experts, a state of addiction, the war on oh heroin, join us thursday
night at 7:00. josh: five years after it was first proposed, eversource has filed its application to pof forward with the controversial northern pass project. adam sexton is here to explain what happens next. reporter: five years ago last week we were in franklin for the unveiling of foreign pass and that night there were only small hints of the public opposition this project was going to face. after much debate the 1.09 line with enough energy to power one million homes is officially entering the public arena with a filing at the site evaluation committee. this filing initiates the regulatory review process and follows the august unveiling of eversource's forward nh plan, which increases the number of miles of buried northern pass line from 8 to 60. this does however increase the cost from 1.4 to $1.6 billion. environmental groups say they still want eversource to bury the entire link of the line.
>> as we get into the formal site evaluation process, there are many opportunities for public input. so we'll continue to make adjustments as appropriate. >> it's been disappointing that northern pass didn't take the opportunity to listen to the 80% of the comments at the recent hearings, that were in opposition to the current proposal, and they went ahead with what think had already proposed to do. reporter: construction on northern pass will start in 2017, but the far less controversial projects have fake end up three years or more to wind their way through the regulatory process. it's going to be a while. jean: a goffstown town is in critical condition after being hit by a car at his maine board, school. the 14-year-old was riding his bike by gould academy in bethel friday. the accused driver, 45-year-old richard marin, did not enter a plea in court today. deputies say marin left the
scene, he's being held on $10,000 bond. the long-time girlfriend of james "whitey" bulger has pleaded not guilty for refusing to say if the boston mobster had had had had had others helping him during his time on the run. catherine greig was indicted on a contempt charge that alleges from december 2014 through last month she disobeyed a judge's order to testify before a grand jury. the 64-year-old is serving an 8 year sentence for i'd fraud and others charges. josh: still no word from joe biden, although sources say he might announce his decision about the presidential race in the next 48 hours. biden himselfs that remained mum. if he does enter this race it could be an uphill battle. a new poll gives biden just 17% nationwide, as compared to hillary clinton's 48%. and time could be running out.
several important deadlines are coming up, and that includes the jefferson jackson dinner in iowa. a key stop for democrats in the 2016 race. their dinner will take place in new hampshire on november 29. on the republican side, a new feud between donald trump and jeb bush. bush is calling the g.o.p. frontrunner, quote, unfit to be president after trump's controversial comments about 9/11. reporter: donald trump is gearing up for a rally in south carolina tonight but spent the weekend picking a fight with jeb bush over his brother. >> when you talk about george bush, say what you want, the world trade center came down during his time. reporter: trump's remarks on bloomberg tv suggesting president george w. bush was to blame for the 9/11 attacks had jeb fired up. >> mr. trump talks about things that as though he's still on the apprentice. he's not taking the responsibility, the possibility of being president of the united states seriously. reporter: the once frontrunner is trailing far behind, bush
down in the polls, low on money, is pulling out the attack ads. >> dealing with killers. i'm a really smart guy. reporter: the democrats were more light hearted over the weekend. bernie sanders had some fun after he was spoofed by comedian larry david on saturday night live. >> maybe i'll imitate larry david imitating me. reporter: a new cnn poll released this morning shows hillary clinton is holding on to her lead, 45% with vice president joe bide then the race, 56% without the v.p. who could announce his decision any day now. >> i think he has the next 48 or 72 hours to get in. reporter: a late afternoon meeting with president obama and an evening reception at the naval observatory. so biden watch continues. jean: let's see how things are
this is the view of 293 near exit 5 from our elliott at rivers end camera. josh: peggy james joins us now with a live look to start the work week. >> hi josh, jean, some pretty colors to enjoy for your ride home, blue skies and gorgeous foliage. coming up 93 from salem up to manchester, it is a good ride, 21 minutes will get you into the city. 293 no major issues going around the mill yard or the mall stretch. and further north on 93, slight tap of the brakes as you go through the hooksett tolls and then as you get to concord there are no problems on 89 or 93 northbound in concord. taking a look at the everett turnpike we do have an accident northbound on the everett turnpike at exit 1. that's the spit brook road exit, so that will have you backed up northbound starting there. heading also through the merrimack stretch it's busy on the everett. 101 west you have your usual slowdowns through bedford and
taking a look at 95, you're moving well through the hampton tolls. this report being brought to you by peters honda, nissan, kia of nashua. i'm peggy james for 95.7, wzid. josh: a man is accused of terrorizing a some by themed festival, leaving one dead. jean: a description of the tonight. josh: major changes when it can comes to flying drones, what owners will be required to do to cut down on close calls. mike: dry, cool and crisp right now, but showers are approaching from the north and west. when they arrive and if more fall later this week. jean: then at 5:30, new hampshire fish and game officers are taking unprecedented steps to keep people safe after a hunter was shot. josh: and is bernie sanders back sliding? is it because he's spending limited time in the granite state to focus more on other
man they say shot and killed one person and injured five others at a zombi-con vengs. jean: it happened just after the zombi-con in fort myers ended on saturday. police released a video, four loud pops can be heard. no arrests have been made. josh: right now a search is under way for the sunken el faro cargo ship. a navy ship left virginia today. the crew is hoping to recover the ship's data recorder. the el faro is believed to are sung in the atlantic during hurricane joaquin. 33 crew members including sell from new england were all on board, all of them at this point are presumed dead. jean: the government is unveiling new steps to keep airliners and the public safe from drones. the new rules crack down on the use of unmanned aircraft, following a growing number of close calls. elizabeth hur reports. reporter: if you think you are seeing and hearing about drones
a lot more lately, this is why. according to the f.a.a., drone sightings have doubled since last year including reports from pilots complaining about the remote controlled devices flying too close to planes in airports. >> almost got hit by a drone, about 20 feet. reporter: and others even interfere with firefighting effort like this back in july, prompting authorities to now require private owners of drones government. >> we intend to take it onto local streets or highways, you're expected to register it the public. reporter: a newly formed task force will need to iron out the details of when, where and how the new rules will affect drone operators. but calls for a speedy resolution are growing louder, with an estimated three quarters of a million drones expected to season.
>> the f.a.a. task force is a step in the right direction, but we also need timely decisions. reporter: for now the rules remain a work in progress, for example we're told toys and small drones could be exempted from registering. but all this now up to that new task force and the deadline for their recommendations is set for next month. elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. mike: some of course saw their first flakes of the season flying over the course of the weekend, and of course many more right here at the summit of mount washington, can you see parts of the presidential range, looks a whole lot like winter. over 5,000 feet up and indeed the snow will hang on longer tonight as temperatures remain on the cool side. but milder air is on the way soon. so looks like the cold air is ready to move in. in claremont still fall color out there, but the colors are beginning to fade in parts of
speaking of which, this morning, many spots from concord north and west in the upper teens and lower 20's. no records broken, just shy of the record at the coast. eight shy of the record in concord. but they're talking about very cold air this morning. changes are coming in, a front moving through southeastern canada, late this evening and overnight, with it a few scattered showers. it will be just cold enough in parts of northern new hampshire so we will likely -- outside of that it should be a scattered rain shower elsewhere, late evening in central parts of the state and in southern areas. overnight temperatures will coast back into the 20's and 30's far northern, 30's for many in the lakes region points south where right now it's in the 40's, all of these temperatures by the way running about a dozen
degrees below the average for this time of year. but overnight tonight, not nearly as cold as the last couple of nights. we won't bottom out near or slightly below freezing up north and by morning temperatures creep back up near 33. mid to upper 30's should do it in central and southern new hampshire by early in the morning. here's a lot of spring warmth building to our west and a little piece of this rolls in our direction over the next several days, so as you can clearly see, very chilly air is confined to far eastern parts of canada and northern parts of new england, that is retreating to the north and temperatures are going to start to climb back to averages as early as overnight tonight. so here come the rain showers again, will fall in the form of a light mix of rain, a little wet snow, touch of sleet great north woods through the heart of the white mountains and then during the day tomorrow quite a few clouds are out there, but not a whole lot of rain, could even be breaks of sun, best shot in northern parts of the state. as for rain showers, couple scattered about into early evening, and then a little sun early wednesday, then more clouds will roll in late day
into the evening, that's our next shot of a couple showers coming in before it dries out later thursday into friday. what about those temperatures again, yeah, we're ready to coast back up to the norm if not a little above. average high this time of year about 58, we'll be right around 60 tomorrow, some breaks of sun, but a scattered rain shower or two. mostly dry wednesday, showers are likely late or into the evening. slightly cooler, but then warmer on thrs despite more clouds and scattered showers, we'll dry out thursday night, friday looks bright and cool, nice start to the weekend, on the cool side, but maybe a bit above average by sunday. jean: thanks, mike. josh: something doctors have said for years, don't drink during pregnancy. jean: tonight new guidelines are taking that advice a step further. josh: and such us did see a few flakes yesterday, but nothing like this. we'll tell you how much snow has
and since about half of all u.s. women who might have children consume at least one drink in the past month, there's a fetus. so pediatricians, the ones who see the effects of alcohol on growing children are now putting their foot down. lately women have been more vocal in asking about having even just one glass of wine while pregnant. but in a new guide to doctors, the american academy of pediatrics takes a strong stand against women drinking any alcohol during pregnancy. it also spells out how doctors can recognize the physical behavioral and mental abnormalities that show up in fetal alcohol syndrome. because we can't test how much booze is too much, doctors will never be able to prove that an occasional glass of wine for pregnant women is harmless. but there's plenty of proof that fetal alcohol syndrome from heavy drinking can cause life long problems for the baby. not only do these new guidelines
nay also want women trying to conceive to avoid alcohol as well. they call alcohol related birth defects completely preventible. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. jean: oprah winfrey is buying into weight watchers. the former talk show host is buying a 10% stake in the company, and taking a seat on its board of directors. weight watchers has been struggling in reason months with profits plummeting, norly 50% in the first half of this year. winfrey says she wants to evolve the company from its weight loss focus to one of overall health and happiness. well, two more shark attacks are putting swimmers on edge in hawaii. josh: we'll tell you how a father and son saw one happen and put their own lives at risk.
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josh: congress has a to do list after members get back to work after a break. mike: the next front moves in tonight with showers for some. if we see more rain chances as the week goes on. jean: snow in parts of the northeast, but is it it a sign of what's ahead? josh: welcome back, i'm josh mcelveen. jean: and i'm jean mackin. new hampshire fish and gape putting in place an emergency measure tonight after a hunter was shot. he wasn't seriously hurt. josh: the state fears that others might not be so lucky. reporter: the executive director of new hampshire fish and game says pheasants prefer open fields and there are fewer of those than there were in the past. that in turn has led to a gritter concentration of hunters in one area. in year new hampshire fish and game is releasing more than 12,000 pheasants for hunting,
something hunters are eager to take advantage of. >> a lot of folks who know the stocking schedules and are showing up at our stocking sites and really shooting at birds sort of immediately upon release. reporter: that activity led to a hunter getting shot last friday. >> an very was hit by some pellets right basically in front of our stocking crew. reporter: the hunter wasn't seriously hurt and was treat ted scene, but the executive director of fish and game says the practice of stalking the hand. >> i've had several comments by e-mail from folks saying that this year for some reason is the worst they've ever seen it. reporter: adding this is not a new problem. >> we have a report that was written about the pheasant program back in 1949 that delineates the same sorts of issues. reporter: however, before anyone gets seriously hurt, effective immediately no shooting will be allowed at stocking sites this
thursday and friday from 7:00 to noon. the director says that should give hunters and their game a chance to spread out and lessen the chance of someone getting hit. >> this is more of an issue of when the birds are first released they're concentrated in a spot, so everybody concentrates on the spot, and i think we need to allow for some disperse al. reporter: fish and game hopes to make the changes permanent, but that will take a series of meetings with commissioners over the winter and into the spring. ray brewer, wmur news 9. jean: new at 5:30, a permanent memorial has been create forward the victim of an unsolved murder in manchester. this weekend the family of denise robert planted a tree along with a monument next to brock side congregational church. robert was shot and killed just blocks from the church while she was walking in the north end over the summer. no arrests have been made. a reward is still being offered for information in the case. josh: the man who became an
advocate for bone marrow donations after his son died from a air immune disorder is now under around. michael guglielmo is accused of grabbing a youth in a restaurant in a sexual manner and is facing several charges. the state department of corrections is now thinking about letting inmates conduct suicide watches. right now only the guards do the in person checks. but ongoing staffing shortages are making that difficult. commissioner wren tells the concord monitor only certain inmates with clean disciplinary records will be considered. it similar to a program already used at the federal level. he hopes to receive a proposal for it by the end of the month. jean: the mother who triggered an amber aletter in massachusetts is now out on $250 bail. her attorney is calling the case totally overblown. police issued an alert saturday for two and a half-month-old child. officers say the boy's mother fled pennsylvania when medical personnel told her to take the
dehydration. the mother was arrested on a child endangerment warrant from pennsylvania and several massachusetts. her son is now in the custody of d. c. f. students at boston university are being told to lock their doors after a reported sex assault on campus. it happened early sunday morning in a dorm room. police say the victim did not know the attacker but to get into the building the man would have needed a student i.d. or someone to sign him in. campus police are checking surveillance video to try to identify the suspect. josh: it back to work for congress after a week-long break, and there is an important to do list to tackle. aixa diaz tells us what's on top of the agenda this week. reporter: congress comes back this week to a house speaker race, controversial benghazi hearing and debt seal showdown. who will become the next speaker of the house? that's one of the questions lawmakers are facing this week. the pressure is on paul ryan to
majority leader kevin mccarthy dropped out of race. >> if there's disarray in their own party, that's politically disastrous for them. so presumably every step has been taken to make sure they reporter: hillary clinton testifies about what she knew about the benghazi attacks that killed four americans. the white house says this week's hearing is politically motivated. republicans s say they're after the facts. >> those republican members of the committee will come looking for bear with secretary clinton is before them because they're under pressure to produce. >> we are trying very hard to do a very fact based comprehensive investigation and we will continue after thursday and then we'll issue a final report. reporter: congress is also up against a november 3 deadline to raise the nation's borrowing limit or allow the governments loans to go into defall. >> very rarely happens, but it does allow the republicans an interesting tool to play a game of political chicken with the president.
reporter: the senate returns today, the house is back in session tomorrow. aixa diaz, wmur news 9. jean: a ceremony was he today for the opening of manchester s job core center. the program has been almost 15 years in the making and provides job training for young men and old. the program lasts about two years and it's free to students who qualify. most of the people who participate in this program live on campus and learn everything from culinary skills to accounting and sales. >> that while the dream is free, the struggle is sold separately. meaning you're going to have to work hard, you're going to have to persevere. jean: the manchester location has 68 students enrolled with room for up to 300. good to see. the recall of those potentially
jean: the dow picked up 14 points today to 17,230. the s&p up by just half a point. nasdaq up 18 to 4905. gas prices have fallen nearly three cents in new hampshire in the last week to 2.13 a gallon. nationally prices are a bit higher averaging 2.25 a gallon. new analysis shows a new cider agreement isn't stopping china's attempts to hack into u.s. companies. josh: crowd strike says it's documented seven cyber attacks against technology and pharmaceutical companies in the last three weeks. china is denying these claims. experts say one of those attacks though came just one day after president obama and china's president announced a deal banning economic espionage. meanwhile the president met with
the heads of several companies today who have agreed to help push his international climate change agreement, they include intel, coca-cola, dpoog el and wal-mart, by signing on the companies promise to advocate for a strong climate deal in the negotiations which will take place in paris next month and will also take steps to reduce their own carbon emissions. jean: g.m. is now recalling hundreds of vehicles because the side airbag inflaters could rupture, sending slp nell into drivers and passengers. this latest recall involves certain 2015 chevy equinox, malibu and camaros, as well as buick lacrosse, cadillac sts and gmc terrains. takata has already recalled more than 34 million airbags involving eleven auto makers. amazon it's taking against action hundreds of people who sold fake reviews on its website. the retame giant says more than
reviews on a website where odd jobs can be picked up for as little as $5. it now suing those people for breach of conduct and for viem lating consumer laws. amazon maintains the vast majority of the reviews on its site are authentic. josh: some parts of the state saw snow makes this weekend -- snow makes this weekend, but nothing like this. and some big changes to this week's national college football poll, u.n.h. is out, dartmouth is in. details later in sports. jean: a good samaritan comes to the rescue of a police officer,
subdue a man josh: it is october, and that is snow on the ground, 9 inches fell in northern new york over the weekend. jean: widespread frost and freeze was also reported aacross the northeast, including a few flakes here in new hampshire. but as elizabeth hur reports, a warmup is on the way for some. reporter: a taste of winter in october. >> it's too early for snow. reporter: up to 9 inches of snow falling in some areas from upstate new york to ohio and northern michigan, in whiteout conditions in the mountains of vermont. the cold snap covering football fans with snow in buffalo, and
transforming this scene near syracuse, new york from fall last week to winter this week. >> i woke up this morning and i thought it was christmas. reporter: the combination of early snow, frost and freeze also breaking havoc on the roads, icy roads being blamed for more than 50 yeks in upstate new york. >> we thought maybe a couple inches and then it just kept coming. reporter: the blast of winter across the nears. but in grand rapids, michigan, just bitter cold leaving thousands of marathon runners to brave temperatures in the mid 30's. but many took it in stride. >> it good weather to run in. reporter: for some areas the cold is sticking around for the commute this morning, with temperatures dipping about 10 to 20 degrees below normal for this time of year. there is some good news for those not ready for the winter cold. not only is it sunny today, forecasters say from philly to d.c., temperatures are expected
elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. josh: 70's! that's what she said. mike: yes, for some, just south of new hampshire. but we're going to get warmer, 50's, 60's, after the teens and 20's early this morning. jean: it was chilly out there. mike: it was chilly. this is the current scene at newfound lake. it started off so cold, down into the teens and 20's. but really not a bad afternoon. it 48 right now at the coast in portsmouth, mostly clear skies, however there are changes coming in, and yes there is a little bit of snow flying in southeastern parts of quebec, and that's moving towards northern new hampshire in the next couple hours. so can't rule out a couple of mixed showers coming in between now and about midnight tonight before it changes over to a bit of rain again, again that's in northern parts of the state, but temperatures are going to return to the average as early as late tonight and a good part of this
there are a couple shower chances first, in the next several hours developing up north in the form of wet snow and a touch of rain, no accumulation outside of a spot coating expected in the mountains. then a rain shower elsewhere tonight. and the next shot of showers will come in tomorrow, scattered, a few more later wednesday night, early thursday, but dry examiner cooler by friday before it warms a little bit for the weekend. right now dry weather across new hampshire, but scrt showers ready to roll in in northern parts of the white mountains. 40's in the monadnock region. towards the coast a few upper 30's. around the lake sunapee zone, an average between 40 and 45. but you travel into the white mountains it's upper 30's to low 40's and colder in the great north woods, low to mid 30's and yes that cold air will support a touch of wet snow in the next
few hours in parts of coos county. however, even though it chilly here, not too bad to our west, it warms up nicely into the 50's and 60's in the great lakes and then all of a sudden you're into spring and summer-like conditions in the plains states. we will not get that warm, however this boundary moving through tonight signals a change in the overall weather pattern for the next few days, so mixed showers after midnight, could be a scattered rain shower south after two or three in the morning. so there could be a shower for the morning commute as well. then clouds, limited sun on tuesday, a couple of scattered showers, as we go into wednesday we'll see some sunshine before more clouds roll in late in the day. and there could be a shower towards evening. highs tomorrow, much warmer than the past few days, low to mid 50's north to about 60 to 63 in southern new hampshire. again for tonight, clouding over, mixed or snow showers this evening up north and then changing over to a rain shower, very little if any accumulation, as for the day tomorrow we've got clouds and partial sun, could be a passing shower in
southern new hampshire, dry elsewhere, mostly dry wednesday, next shot of a few showers wednesday night through about midday showers, dries out for later thursday, friday, saturday, a couple showers scattered early sunday. but overall not a bad pattern, we get back to average after this chill over the weekend that will feel fairly nice. josh: at least we don't have sharks. jean: that's true. josh: residents and visitors of hawaii are on edge tonight, after another terrifying shark attack. jean: it happened this past weekend in oahu. a man was swimming a quarter mile off shore, despite warnings posted on the beach, when he was shark. a father and son in canoes saw it happen and they raced to help. >> he fought off the shark, punched him a couple times, was screaming help, waving to the
and use it as a turn -- tourniquet. jean: it the sixth shark attack this year. >> so it wasn't the 75-0 score we all hoped would it be, but the patriots did get a win and are still unbeaten at 5-0. the patriots and colts met on the football field this time in indianapolis. tom brady threw for 312 yards and three touchdowns. 34-27 was the final. the pats get the four and one jets this coming sunday. the new stats f.c.s. national poll is out, u.n.h. is out and dartmouth is in. the wildcats suffered their third loss of the season on saturday, dropped out of the top 25 for the first time since 2004, and snapped the streak of 162 consecutive polls. dartmouth is 5-0 and in at number 25 this week. the big green in the poll for the first time since 1996. blue jays have some work to do,
game three of the alcs tonight in front to, the royals leave that series two games to none. first pitch about 8:07. josh: panic on board a city bus after an unexpected passenger gets on board. jean: what a snake did that forced the entire bus to evacuate. tom: then at 6:00 tonight, a jury find a rochester man guilty of murder, thousand victim's verdict. and a commitment 2016 coverage, the top democratic candidates battling for your votes, a closer look at hillary clinton
jean: you've heard of snakes on a plane. how about on a bus? josh: a four-foot boa got loose on a philadelphia bus yesterday, forcing everyone on board to evacuate. a man apparently had a boa around his neck hidden under his jacket, the creature got loose and coiled itself under a seat. >> slid out of my pocket on the way back and she got stuck in between the chairs and freaked out, because there was a snake
talking about snakes on a plane. josh: a mechanic was able to dismantle the seat and remove the snake. riders are allowed to bring pet on board philadelphia busses as long as they're contained. police have yet to decide whether to charge the snake's owner. jean: a special honor for singer usher at the white house. that's the president and first lady singing happy birthday, and gifting the pop star with cupcake. this video was taken last week when usher was taping a show for pbs's performance at the white house. josh: pretty cool. thank you for joining us. we need to disrupt the old order in washington, dc. we can do a lot better by applying conservative principles
we should lower rates and simplify the code to allow people to freely decide how they want to spend their money. what we need is leadership to fix a few big things... so that this country takes off and soars where people can dream the biggest possible dreams... and pursue them with a vengeance. (applause) jeb. proven conservative. real results. right to rise usa is responsible for the content
when that happens plus the rest of the week ahead. jean: we are learning the identity of a rochester teen found dead this weekend in a motel room. police are investigating her death as a possible drug overdose. tom: and the push for statewide drug courts in new hampshire, how a county drug court is handling the heroin epidemic. a rochester teenager has been convicted than all charges including first degree murder in the stabbing death of a madbury teen. good evening, i'm tom griffith. jean: and i'm jean mackin. two others already pleaded guilty in the killing. this trial lasted several weeks. wmur's mike cronin joins us live from dover with reaction from the victim's family tonight. reporter: the father of aaron wilkinson says the conviction doesn't write him any satisfaction, but he's glad that it over.